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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1Therfore holye brethren, partakers of the celestiall callinges, consider the ambassatoure and hye prieste of oure professyon, Christe Iesus
3:2which was faithfull to him that made him euen as was Moises in al his house.
3:3And yet was this man counted worthy of more glorye then Moyses: In as muche as he which hath prepared the house hath most honoure in the house.
3:4Euery house is prepared of some man. But he that ordeyned al thinges is God.
3:5And Moyses verelye was faythfull in al hys house as a minyster, to beare wytnes of those thynges, whyche shoulde be spoken afterwarde.
3:6But Chryste as a sonne hath rule ouer the house, whose house are we, so that we holde faste the confidence and the reioysynge of that hope, vnto the ende.
3:7Wherfore as the holy ghoste sayeth, to daye yf ye shal heare his voice,
3:8harden not youre hertes, after the rebellion in the day of temptacion in the wyldernes,
3:9where youre fathers tempted me, proued me, and sawe my workes .xl. yeares longe.
3:10Wherfore I was greued wyth that generacion and sayde. They erre euer in their hertes, they verely haue not knowen my wayes,
3:11so that I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my reste.
3:12Take hede brethren, that there be in none of you an euyll herte in vnbeleue, that he shoulde departe from the lyuinge God:
3:13but exhorte one another dayly, whyle it is called to daye, leste anye of you wexe harde herted thorowe the deceythfulnesse of synne.
3:14We are partakers of Christe, yf we kepe sure vnto the ende the fyrste substaunce,
3:15so longe as it is sayde, to daye yf ye heare hys voyce, harden not youre hartes, as when ye rebelled.
3:16For some, when they hearde, rebelled, how be it not al that came out of Egypte vnder Moyses.
3:17But wyth whome was he depleased .xl. yeares? Was he not displeased wyth them that synned, whose carkases were ouerthrowen in the deserte?
3:18To whom sware he, that they should not enter into hys reste, but vnto them that beleued not?
3:19And we se that they could not enter in because of vnbeleue.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.